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    Re: PKFZ: Answers wanted

    Is PFKZ a curse or blessing?It is a blessing for PR as bn cannot shake off this curse[depending on how well PR keet it alive in the minds of the rakyats].

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    Re: PKFZ: Answers wanted - Business jargon and memory loss

    http://www.sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=37684

    theSun Says

    Business jargon and memory loss
    Updated: 12:06AM Fri, 04 Sep 2009

    THE ongoing revelations from the Public Accounts Committee (PAC)
    hearing on the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) financial fiasco that is
    costing taxpayers in excess of RM5 billion, is a revelation of how
    some take a cavalier attitude towards the obligations of a job they
    are paid to do - in this case, a national project using public funds.
    One finds it hard to stomach former Port Klang Authority (PKA) general
    manager Datin Paduka OC Phang's claim of memory loss over certain
    pertinent issues during Wednesday's hearing
    .

    Even more so is her declaration that she does not understand what the
    committee meant by "cash flow projections
    " - prompting PAC chairman
    Datuk Seri Azmi Khalid to give her an impromptu tutorial.

    With a BA from University Malaya and a Cranfield School of Management
    graduate and years of working in the finance divisions of various
    ministries, Phang should be more convincing if she wants to play dumb.

    She is, however, correct in one thing - that as general manager she
    should take responsibility for the colossal losses incurred by the
    project.

    And that includes the PAC's, as well as the audit committee's findings
    previously that PKA did not follow basic management principles when
    running the free zone. Even after the dust has settled and those
    responsible booked for mismanagement, incompetence, abuse of power or
    even corruption, the PKFZ story should continue to be told in years to
    come.

    It should be a permanent case study of the heavy responsibilities that
    come with being entrusted with a project which was meant to benefit
    all Malaysians, lest we forget and allow another PKFZ in time to come.
    After all, the free zone fiasco came at a time when the RM2 billion
    BMF scandal was all but a distant memory.
    ____

    http://www.mysinchew.com/node/28978?tid=14

    Assumed ignorance

    2009-09-04 17:56

    "What's cashflow projection?"

    This is not a qualifying exam question for chartered accountants.

    I was asking this to a newspaper vendor the other day.

    "Hey! So simple!"

    "For example, I get the newspapers from the factory. They give me
    one-month credit. I sell the papers every day and get my money. Other
    than paying for fixed expenses, I've got to make sure I have enough
    money to pay the newspaper company end of the month."

    "So, I must control the inflow and outflow of cash. I must have enough
    cash in hand and make provision for all types of expenses."

    "Or I won't be able to pay the newspaper company and they won't give
    me the newspapers to sell!"

    This is fundamental knowledge which is like peanuts to newspaper
    vendors, and upon which they have operated relatively successful
    businesses.

    If we know nothing about cashflow management, then we'd better not
    talk about doing business.

    But then there's someone saying she has no idea what "cashflow projection"
    is.

    She used to be the GM of Port Klang Authority responsible for a
    billion-ringgit mega project.

    Former PKA general manager Datin Paduka OC Phang told the Parliament's
    Public Accounts Committee she didn't know what cashflow projection was
    all about.

    PAC chairman Azmi Khalid shook his head in disbelief.

    Little wonder that the PKFZ finances are a big mess. Before the cash
    has even arrived, the project has started running.

    With only a few hundreds of million in hand, she had the guts to
    invest in a project costing billions of ringgit!

    That gives us some idea how the billion ringgit "black hole" has appeared.

    Phang was appointed PKA general manager in 1997 when Ling Liong Sik
    was the transport minister. Under her, the PKFZ project was moving
    ahead unhindered and in full steam.

    When the PKFZ scandal came to light two years ago, she made a timely
    retirement and off she went to Australia.


    No one has heard much of her since.

    A key person in the whole debacle, her return is awaited in much
    anticipation, with the hope the mystery of PKFZ black hole would be
    unearthed.

    Perhaps the retirement life Down Under is too comfortable that her
    brain gets degenerated.

    That explains why her reply to the many questions is a simple "I don't
    know!"

    No one knows whether she is really that innocent.

    (By TAY TIAN YAN/Translated by DOMINIC LOH/Sin Chew Daily)
    ____

    RM140m of Kuala Dimensi funds frozen
    http://themalaysianinsider.com/index...i-funds-frozen

    PKA board kept in the dark over project, PAC told
    http://www.sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=37659
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    Re: PKFZ: Answers wanted

    In Cantonese, this is known as stuff the dead chicken for them to eat. Let's see who is going to be the sacrificial lambs.

    http://www.sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=37746

    'Conspiracy' against PKA


    by R. Nadeswaran and Terence Fernandez
    Updated: 12:03AM Mon, 07 Sep 2009

    PETALING JAYA (Sept 6, 2009): The cabinet will be told on Wednesday
    that several parties, including former Port Klang Authority (PKA)
    general manager Datin Paduka O.C. Phang and turnkey contractor Kuala
    Dimensi Sdn Bhd (KDSB), were named as "possible conspirators" who have
    harmed or injured PKA in the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) project.

    Cabinet ministers will be given details of alleged deceit, fraud,
    double-billing and non-existent claims that were submitted for which
    payment was made with Phang's tacit approval.

    The details of these and other irregularities are contained in the
    report by the Special Task Force which probed the PKFZ fiasco.
    According to those-in-the-know, the report heavily implicates Phang
    for losses incurred in the development of the free zone as she had
    breached her fiduciary duties and made questionable unilateral
    decisions detrimental to the PKA, without consulting the PKA board.

    These findings appear to corroborate contents of a police report
    lodged by PKA chairman Datuk Lee Hwa Beng last month which accuses
    KDSB, its CEO Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing, Phang, BTA Architect and
    consultant Bernard Tan Seng Swee of "alleged conspiracy in the
    scandal".

    The task force headed by Skrine & Co senior partner Vinayak Pradhan
    briefed Bukit Aman's Commercial Crimes Division on its findings last
    week, following which police froze KDSB's bank accounts totalling
    RM140 million last Friday.

    On Friday, the task force and Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa
    Hassan briefed Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak on the
    status of the probe.

    According to one source, the task force also found that Phang had
    varied the interest rate of a contract without consulting the board
    which caused the authority to incur additional costs of RM49 million.

    The task force found that Phang had placed the interests of KDSB above
    those of PKA and deied Government General Orders and Treasury
    guidelines on a variety of issues related to the project.

    Phang had earlier been implicated in PriceWaterHouseCoopers' (PWC)
    audit report released three months ago which pointed out, among
    others, that she had used the Common Seal without approval and had
    exceeded her authority of entering into contract
    exceeding RM50,000.
    Police are investigating the activities of Phang, who is also alleged to
    have:
    > approved fraudulent claims from KDSB;

    > accepted only advice favourable to KDSB, sidelining employees who
    consistently raised costing and budgetary concerns;

    > refused to heed legal and professional advice of PKA officers in the
    appointment of quantity surveyors where she had also delayed the appointment
    of surveyors, while restricting their role;

    > insisted that Perunding BE Sdn Bhd be appointed sole quantity surveyor
    although she knew that there was a clear case of conflict of interests since
    the firm was also appointed by KDSB for the same project;

    > appointed Perunding BE without approval from the Finance Ministry;

    > issued various consents and undertakings, as well as unilateral decisions
    committing PKA without approval from the board;

    > committed PKA knowing very well that it was under budget constraints to
    fulfil its obligations although the government had agreed that PKA would
    fund the free zone from its own funds.

    The task force findings accuse KDSB of:

    > requesting a revision of the infrastructure plan for drainage and piping
    works claiming that it was unaware of the specifications of these works when
    the Legal Agreement had specifically spelled them out;

    > double-billing PKA for drainage and piping works;

    > billed PKA RM55.7 million for electrical infrastructure works which had
    yet to start;

    It holds Tiong responsible as the "directing mind" behind KDSB by
    virtue of his position in KDSB, as well as being the substantial
    shareholder (70%) of holding company Wijaya Baru Holdings Sdn Bhd.

    The task force, it is learnt, had also exonerated legal adviser
    Fazilah Surkisah Mohammad, saying there was no evidence of wrong-doing
    on her part.

    On Wednesday, Phang shocked members of the Public Accounts Committee
    (PAC) hearing on PKFZ when she said she did not remember certain key
    issues regarding the deal and did not understand the basic financial
    term "cash flow projections".

    Tiong and KDSB meanwhile have filed defamation suits against Transport
    Minister Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat, Lee and PwC.
    ____

    http://www.jeffooi.com/2009/09/pkfz_...acy_to_kil.php

    PKFZ Scandal: 'Conspiracy to kill PKA'
    Posted by Jeff Ooi on September 7, 2009 08:14 AM

    Will there be a D-Day for the Najib Cabinet on Wednesday, with private-jet
    free-rider Ong Tee Keat in attendance? Will someone ultimately go to jail
    for fleecing taxpayers' money by the billions?

    According to theSun today, the cabinet will be told on Wednesday that
    several parties -- including former Port Klang Authority (PKA) general
    manager O.C. Phang and turnkey contractor Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd (KDSB) --
    were named as "possible conspirators" who have harmed or injured PKA in the
    Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) project.
    http://sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=37746
    http://www.jeffooi.com/2009/09/two_y...or_oc_ph_1.php

    Cabinet ministers will be given details of alleged deceit, fraud,
    double-billing and non-existent claims that were submitted for which payment
    was made with Phang's tacit approval. theSun said.

    These findings, theSun added, appear to corroborate contents of a police
    report lodged by PKA chairman Lee Hwa Beng last month which accuses KDSB,
    its CEO Tiong King Sing, Phang, BTA Architect and consultant Bernard Tan
    Seng Swee of "alleged conspiracy in the scandal".
    http://www.pkfznews.com.my/press-sta...august-26-2009

    To whet your reading appetite, this latest revelation was penned by theSun's
    award-winning investigative journalists R. Nadeswaran and Terence Fernandez,
    who exploded the PKFZ Scandal on the Malaysians' face two years ago.
    http://www.jeffooi.com/2009/09/two_y..._for_oc_ph.php

    And I quote the juicy parts about the role of OC Phang and KDSB in theSun
    today:

    According to one source, the task force also found that Phang had varied the
    interest rate of a contract without consulting the board which caused the
    authority to incur additional costs of RM49 million.

    The task force found that Phang had placed the interests of KDSB above those
    of PKA and defied Government General Orders and Treasury guidelines on a
    variety of issues related to the project.

    Phang had earlier been implicated in PriceWaterHouseCoopers' (PWC) audit
    report released three months ago which pointed out, among others, that she
    had used the Common Seal without approval and had exceeded her authority of
    entering into contract exceeding RM50,000.

    Police are investigating the activities of Phang, who is also alleged to
    have:

    * approved fraudulent claims from KDSB;

    * accepted only advice favourable to KDSB, sidelining employees who
    consistently raised costing and budgetary concerns;

    * refused to heed legal and professional advice of PKA officers in the
    appointment of quantity surveyors where she had also delayed the appointment
    of surveyors, while restricting their role;

    * insisted that Perunding BE Sdn Bhd be appointed sole quantity surveyor
    although she knew that there was a clear case of conflict of interests since
    the firm was also appointed by KDSB for the same project;

    * appointed Perunding BE without approval from the Finance Ministry;

    * issued various consents and undertakings, as well as unilateral decisions
    committing PKA without approval from the board;

    * committed PKA knowing very well that it was under budget constraints to
    fulfil its obligations although the government had agreed that PKA would
    fund the free zone from its own funds.

    The task force findings accuse KDSB of:

    * requesting a revision of the infrastructure plan for drainage and piping
    works claiming that it was unaware of the specifications of these works when
    the Legal Agreement had specifically spelled them out;

    * double-billing PKA for drainage and piping works;

    * billed PKA RM55.7 million for electrical infrastructure works which had
    yet to start.

    Just last Wednesday, OC Phang "enlightened" members of the parliamentary
    Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearing on PKFZ by saying she did not
    remember certain key issues regarding the deal, and she did not understand
    the basic financial term "cash flow projections".
    http://www.jeffooi.com/2009/09/two_y..._for_oc_ph.php

    [ READ Citizen Nades' column today: No cash, no flow, it's Oscar time. ]
    Citizen-Nades_090907_OCPhang.jpg
    http://www.jeffooi.com/2009H2/Citize...07_OCPhang.jpg

    We may now want to probe who were the puppet-masters that induced OC Phang's
    behaviour while making those alleged fiscal decisions unsanctioned by the
    Board? She can't be an operative working all alone.

    Again, for the BN government now and then, you reap what you sow.
    http://www.jeffooi.com/2009/09/its_easy_to.php
    ____

    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/i...cy-allegations

    Chua and Tiong blast Ong for PKFZ cover-up conspiracy allegations
    By Lee Wei Lian

    KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 7 - Datuk Seri Chua Soi Lek and Datuk Seri Tiong
    King Sing blasted Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat for suggesting that the two
    were working together in an attempt to topple him and scuttle the
    probe into the troubled Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) trans-shipment
    hub.

    Tiong, whose company Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd (KDSB) is under
    investigation by Ong's ministry for allegedly making RM1.4 billion in
    questionable claims while developing PKFZ, confirmed a report that he
    is considering legal action against Ong.

    "My lawyers are exploring what actions to take," said Tiong.

    He also accused Ong of making up the allegation. "Talk facts, don't
    create stories," he said.

    When contacted, Chua also denied the accusation. "I am not in cahoots
    with Tiong," he said. "I don't need Tiong. I just need the wisdom of
    the delegates."

    Chua, who is locked in a leadership battle with Ong, said that the MCA
    president was attempting to smear his name.

    "He also tells MCA members that I am a dog and the disciplinary board
    will chop my head off. I have people who are willing to be my
    witnesses that he said it."

    Chua also challenged Ong, who has built up an image of being tough
    against corruption, to prove he is "whiter than white."

    Ong has denied allegations by Tiong that he received RM10 million in
    cash donations for MCA.

    He, however, admitted taking free flights on private jets belonging to
    Tiong's company even while KDSB was under a cloud of suspicion, which
    suggests that the two once had a cozy relationship.

    He has also not responded to a dare from Tiong to disclose to the
    public the contents of the bank accounts belonging to him and his
    wife.

    "He (Ong) himself has not explained his own tainted image," said Chua.
    "He used the private jets five times. Under the government's general
    orders, you are not allowed the use of the jets. A lesser official
    would have been suspended. He has also not revealed his and his wife's
    bank accounts for public scrutiny to remove any doubts. He projects a
    very clean and transparent image, so why not disclose the bank
    accounts? Why worry?"

    Ong's allegations comes after several websites and e-mails circulated
    to journalists claimed that Tiong is bankrolling Chua's campaign - to
    the tune of RM100 million - to remove Ong as president in exchange for
    ceasing all investigations against KDSB after the president is
    toppled.

    Chua, however, dismissed the speculation.

    "I don't need RM100 million. I just need the support and wisdom of the
    delegates.

    "We know that PKFZ will be investigated, with or without Ong. He
    projects the investigation into PKFZ as his anti-corruption crusade.

    "He conveniently forgot that it was a Cabinet decision to disclose the
    investigation into PKFZ and whoever is minister will have to continue
    investigating. I don't want to be a senator or a minister. Don't doubt
    my sincerity."

    The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has begun
    investigating Ong over the RM10 million donation allegations last
    week.

    The police have also frozen KDSB's bank accounts last week and the
    prime minister was also briefed on the matter.
    ____

    Probe deeper into PKFZ with RCI, says Kit Siang

    http://www.theedgemalaysia.com/polit...kit-siang.html
    py

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    Re: PKFZ: Answers wanted - Graphics on debt

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    Re: PKFZ: Damning PKFZ report singles out Kong Choy

    Damning PKFZ report singles out Kong Choy

    KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 8 – A confidential report by a government-appointed task force probing one of Malaysia’s biggest financial scandals has identified serious breaches on the part of several government officials, including a former minister.

    The breaches led to billions of dollars in losses at a tottering state-owned transhipment hub, the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ).

    The yet-to-be-released report, which will be discussed at the weekly Cabinet meeting tomorrow, singles out former transport minister Chan Kong Choy; Madam O.C. Phang, the former general manager of the Port Klang Authority; and board directors of the port agency, for not carrying out their duties with adequate care.

    The findings of the special task force, which were read by The Straits Times, also finger Barisan Nasional MP Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing, the main shareholder of private company Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd which carried out the construction of PKFZ.

    Tiong has been named as one of the “possible conspirators” in a scheme that exposed the government to huge financial losses stemming from the failed PKFZ development venture. TheMalaysiaInsider....
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    Re: PKFZ: Najib announces Task Force

    [size=14pt]HaHaHa! The Task Force's task is to find out how to cover up. Expecting the Police and the AG to look into malfeasance is like asking a thief to catch himself. You can bet your bottom dollar that truth will be the lowest priority!


    This is just an exercise to play for time until the heat is off.


    Najib: “The issue is divided into three. One is to identify if there was any misappropriation or abuse of power or anyone acted against the law. This would be handled by the police and the attorney-general. We want a through and complete investigation into the matter. Truth should be the priority.

    ces ‘high-powered’ task force for PKFZ

    [Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak ... three areas for the new task force to look into.]

    Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak ... three areas for the new task force to look into.
    PUTRAJAYA, Sept 9 – The government has set up a high-powered task force to look into the controversial Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) project, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced here tonight TheMalaysiaInsider....size]
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    Re: PKFZ: Ong Tee Keat: Let history judge me

    If Ong Tee Keat can produce all the information to clean up the PKFZ, history will judge him kindly, LKS be damned.

    Ong: Let history judge me

    Yong Kai Ping, Sep 9, 09

    The Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) fiasco has turned out to be a nightmare for the MCA, BN and the Transport Ministry.

    Dubbed by some as the 'Mother of all scandals', it not only involves a number of MCA and BN politicians but may also turn out to be the death knell for the political career of current MCA president and Transport Minister Ong Tee Keat. TheMalaysiaInsider....
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    Re: PKFZ: How to get rid of the MCA President - An Insider's View

    MI = MalaysianInsider.

    I was wondering why MI made a big hooha over the RM 10 million from Tiong to Ong Tee Keat. In the bigger scheme of things, it is nothing. OTK should be left alone to dig up all the dirt and expose it to the nation.

    On a similar vein, it is puzzling why LKS is continuously attacking OTK on the same issue instead of helping him. On the basis of the enemy of my enemy is my friend, who is LKS helping on this issue - UMNO?


    How To Get Rid of the MCA President - An Insider's View

    Posted by admin
    Wednesday, 09 September 2009 15:14

    MI is funded using money from Fox Sdn Bhd, (a real PR firm!!) backed by Spinmeister Extraordinaire, Datuk Kali. Datuk Kali, as we all know, is the political father to Khairy Jamaluddin, whose father-in-law is the Father of Sleeping in Public.

    THE CORRIDORS OF POWER

    I Love Malaysia


    So, you think Ong Tee Kiat is the reincarnation of Justice Pao, the wise brave judge who set things right from the ancient Middle Kingdom, now immortalised in Hong Kong TV series? You think OTK is clean as the Pope and brave like Shih Huang Ti who reunited a China from a land of warlords? You think he's the best thing BN ever had since the ISA?

    In the tradition of National Geographic Channel, "Think Again". It does not matter what OTK stands for, nor the number of PricewaterhouseCoopers reports he commissions. It doesn't matter how much money he wants the government to recover from Kuala Dimensi (KDSB). Cause no matter what he does, the Hainanese is up against powerful people who's working hand-in-glove with spinmeisters who are plotting his downfall.

    In a wired world where perception is King and facts are twisted and spun, OTK is up against a formidable enemy. The enemy is not just the Chua Soi Lek-Tiong King Sing alliance, whose ultimate aim is to get rid of OTK and eventually sweep the PKFZ mess under the rug. The evil alliance knew that to get the public on their side, they need the media - a machinery evil enough to repeat lies so frequent, they can pass off as a page from the Holy Scriptures. They need PR magic that spin endless tales about OTK being under seige. Besides, CSL and TKS know The Star is already under OTK control. Malaysiatoday....
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    Re: PKFZ: Answers wanted

    Mca is just an obedient dog to umno.The master is terminally ill and will kick the bucket anytime.So it does not matter who remain as president of mca as the party will be buried with umno.A true dog will follow her master to his grave.

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    Re: PKFZ: How many task forces are needed?

    Strategy: Investigate it to death. Nothing will happen under the UMNO watch.

    http://www.thenutgraph.com/how-many-...ces-are-needed

    How many task forces are needed?

    10 Sep 09 : 5.21PM By Tony Pua

    DATUK Seri Najib Razak's "performance now" government is fast becoming a
    farce with the set up of another "high-powered" task forces to investigate
    the RM12.5 billion Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) scandal.

    The new task force comprising the chief secretary to the government, the
    treasury secretary-general, the Attorney-General, and officials from the
    transport and finance ministries will look into three areas: (i)
    misappropriation, abuse of power and illegal acts, (ii) good governance and
    (iii) the PKFZ project's financial feasibility.
    ____

    http://blog.limkitsiang.com/2009/09/...-bag%e2%80%9d/

    Will Najib's super task force on PKFZ scandal be a super "cover-up" task
    force to try to "get the cat back into the bag"?

    ____

    http://www.jeffooi.com/2009/09/did_c...ut_skrines.php

    Did Cabinet throw out Skrine's report on PKFZ?

    Posted by Jeff Ooi on September 9, 2009 05:41 PM

    What's the outcome of today's Cabinet deliberation on the special report on
    the PKFZ Scandal prepared by Skrine & Co. on behalf of Port Klang Authority
    (PKA)?

    According to The China Press tonight, the Cabinet deemed it incomprehensive,
    and has ordered Chief Secretary Mohd Sidek Hassan to head another inquiry
    committee to especially follow through with the investigations currently
    conducted by the MACC and the Police.
    http://www.chinapress.com.my/content...t=0910mc30.txt

    Most importantly, the paper added, the Cabinet did not deliberate on the
    roles played by former Transport Minister Chan Kong Choy and former PKFZ
    chairman OC Phang. Instead, MACC and the Police have now taken over
    investigations on the PKFZ Scandal.
    http://www.jeffooi.com/2009/09/pkfz_...ets_finger.php

    On the other hand, the evening edition of Sin Chew Daily reported tonight
    that the authority will make first arrest of the "key culprits" in the
    scandal soon.
    http://www.sinchew.com.my/node/129949?tid=1
    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/i...-pkfz-scandal-
    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/i...-breached-duty
    http://themalaysianinsider.com/index...-out-kong-choy

    FAMOUS LAST WORDS... With the Chief Secretary, the MACC and the Police all
    stepping in, does this mean Ong Tee Keat has lost his carte blanche to see
    through the scandal that all culprits will be dealt with accordingly?
    Or simply, is it the end of the road for Tee Keat in Najib's Cabinet?
    ____

    http://malaysianmirror.com/homedetai...e-rm10-million

    Tiong and the RM10 million

    Liew Nam Chee Updated on Thursday, 10 September 2009 18:50

    I have been following with much interest the statements by Bintulu MP Tiong
    King Sing, whose company Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd (KDSB) is a key component in
    the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) fiasco.
    *****************

    http://hornbillunleashed.wordpress.com/2009/09/10/3810/

    PKFZ - bottomless sink hole in Port Klang

    By Sim Kwang Yang September 10, 2009

    PKFZ scandal: Chan bypassed cabinet
    http://www.malaysianbar.org.my/legal...d_cabinet.html

    Tiong grilled by police on PKFZ

    http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/112572

    Tiong asked to help in PKFZ probe
    http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...362&sec=nation

    Kit Siang questions whether super PKFZ task force is a super 'cover up'

    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/i...super-cover-up

    Tee Keat backs Cabinet task force on PKFZ

    http://malaysianmirror.com/homedetai...force-on-pkfz-

    Ong's PKFZ mission far from over

    http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/112544

    http://www.mysinchew.com/node/29114?tid=14

    PKFZ scandal and MCA party crisis
    2009-09-10 12:31

    The Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) scandal and the MCA party crisis are
    essentially two different matters but they are now tangled up. The PKFZ
    scandal is very likely a powerful political bomb and it must be properly
    resolved as soon as possible, so that it will not become a burder to BN.
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